It feels like Shadowlands has really lost the thread on the idea of all tanks being roughly equivalent.
The takeaway I have from playing World of Warcraft and experiencing its story over the past decade -- from Cataclysm to Mists and then the Warlords/Legion/Battle for Azeroth years, and finally exploring the content of Shadowlands -- is that in many ways WoW feels to me much like a season of a streamed TV series like The Witcher or The Boys, not in terms of the story it is telling, but in how that story is told.
I really expected I would approach Shadowlands leveling in a systematic way, using the Threads of Fate system to pop all of my alts to max level as fast as possible, and I was entirely and completely wrong about this.
I will absolutely never really feel comfortable telling you the best way to do anything for a variety of reasons.
Have you ever wanted an extra hand to help you get chores done?
I really don't like waiting three weeks to get to the World Boss I actually want to do.
If you've been progressing in your Covenant questline, you may have noted that the pieces you got earlier are languishing in your bags because they're low ilevel, while the latest pieces are as good or better than Heroic dungeon gear.
Look, we're all feeling it when we're desperately trying to claw up enough Anima to hit the 1000 Anima a week for our Covenant, and frankly, it gets kind of tedious after a while.
Nurgash Muckformed returns this week, once again providing Memories for Death Knights, Demon Hunters, and Warlocks.
Well, we've finished up the Covenant Campaigns, and we're in the middle of Castle Nathria.